rethinking recycling

Accelerating sustainability

At ARIS Robotics we are solving one of the biggest challenges within sustainability: how we handle our waste and resources.

Using state-of-the-art technology we enable responsible use of resources so that our way of living does not compromise the future of the planet.

Material dependency

In a consumerist economy, the dependence on materials is earth-shakingly momentous. With an ever-increasing standard of living, these limited and depleting resources must be used more efficiently.

Recycling these materials will play a significant role in creating a sustainable future, and actions must, therefore, be taken to reduce the amount of waste that gets burned or end up in a landfill.

With great sorting comes great recyclability

Leveraging advancements in computer vision and artificial intelligence we develop solutions that automates sorting.

With better and more efficient sorting the purity of recycled materials are higher - further increasing the incentives of a circular economy.

Closing the loop on linear waste streams

Waste is created in everywhere. And waste is a value lost. Sorting and recycling waste can recapture the value and bring new life to the materials.

We have created a unique and state-of-the-art pipeline for quickly adapting our AI to new waste streams.

Do you have a linear waste stream with materials that could be recycled?

Let's help you transform your waste streams into value streams.

Shifting the responsibility of sorting waste - from people - to machines

Should we teach 8 billion people how to recycle? Or one AI?

With the rise of automation and artificial intelligence we have the opportunity of creating a healthier, greener and more prosperous society.

We have harnessed the power of a customisable and automated solution to waste sorting and apply it to a variety of beneficial use-cases. From quality control and monitoring to general waste sorting, there are many opportunities in optimising current waste streams.

Do you have a sorting challenge in mind?

General Waste Sorting

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